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  • hotel ocho

    When Louise Choi decided to open her own hotel in a 12,000 square-foot family-owned warehouse space in Chinatown, she didn’t imagine it would be a five-year long undertaking. A textile company had previously occupied the space, and when it vacated, Choi was so eager to transform the spot that she ditched her job as a financial advisor in New York City, moved to Toronto and gutted the place. It opened rather surreptitiously last week as Hotel Ocho.

  • From the Landing Group who brought us Williams and Kellys Landing, Hunters Landing is the best patio to grab a beer and a snack amongst the towering buildings of Concord CityPlace. Hunters offers a diverse menu that includes pizza, pasta, burgers, mussels and more, along with a huge drink menu that includes the Landing Cure,

  • La Fenice Tucsan Chophouse has been a source for authentic Italian cuisine since 1984. The menu at this Entertainment District diner features an extensive list of Italian dishes made with fresh local ingredients including pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, steaks, and seafood. La Fenice additionally features a pantry on their menu with ready-to-cook meals and pasta sauces

  • Over the last 20 years, brothers Robert and Gus Savonarota, have built a large and loyal following of diners, thanks to their menu of classic Italian fare, including pizza, panini and pasta dishes, like fettuccine Siciliana and orecchiette aromantica. Customer favourite pies included the pizza campagnola topped with smoked mozzarella cheese, potato, crumbled sausage, caramelized

  • It’s three days after the opening of Morgans, the new gastropub that’s taken over the old Taps and Tales spot at Danforth and Greenwood, and sleep-deprived chef Anne Sorrenti is glowing. She says she wants to watch us try the polenta appetizer ($9), which is crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and sitting

  • Nodo offers casual Italian with a menu featuring a wide range of classic and regional dishes prepared by traditional standards, alongside new and creative interpretations. The menu focuses primarily on pizza and pasta but also includes appetizers, salads and desserts, all house made from scratch. Nodo also serves beers, wines and cocktails as well as

  • The Oliver & Bonacini empire’s Café Grill is wrapped around the corner of Yonge and Front Streets. The giant outdoor space is fit for a soiree of sorts, with an outdoor bar and seating for about 150 people. The menu here is similar to its other establishments in that it features globally inspired dishes with

  • After months of waiting and many teaser photos on Instagram, Oretta has finally opened its doors at 633 King St. W. The power trio behind the restaurant includes Food Network celebrity chef David Rocco, restaurateur Salvatore Mele (who also owns Capocaccia Trattoria in Summerhill) and executive chef Christian Fontolan.

  • Longtime North York favourite Paese is living up to its name as an icon of Armour Heights. “Paese” is the Italian word for town or village, which takes on a more local and community- and neighbourhood-driven approach by the people behind Paese. Their menu is filled with options of handcrafted and house-made Italian-inspired dishes, each

  • Bayview and Sheppard, a neighbourhood conveniently close to the 401 and Bayview Station, for so long was in dire need of more dining destinations. Enter Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality with the aptly-named Parcheggio (Italian for parking lot), where the homemade pasta is fresh, the negronis are flowing, and the magic unfolds in Bayview Village Shopping

  • St. Clair West's latest pizzeria hasn’t opened yet, but co-owner Danilo Scimo has a pretty good idea what won’t be on the menu. “You’re not going to find pineapple on your pizza here,” he says. Instead, expect sauce from DOP tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, porcini mushrooms or basil. Authentic Neapolitan pizza in Toronto has just found a new advocate in Pizza e Pazzi, set to open mid-April.

  • This place is serving up exactly what its name promises: pizza, wine, disco. While the menu features Italian-style shareables like garlic knots and pizzas, this place is more about the experience and the party. DJs take the stage every night, straying from typical Top 40 tracks to spin the ones everyone loves (like ABBA, duh).

  • To know ’em is to love ’em with Pizzeria Libretto. The chain of Neapolitan pizzerias is one of the city’s best known because it is so many people’s favourite. You should definitely come for the pizza no matter if you’re vegan, gluten-free or dairy-free. The funghi di boscowhite pizza is one of Pizzeria Libretto’s most

  • Pizzeria Via Mercanti has gotten some big praise over the last couple years for its good pizza and Italian eats. Originally on Augusta Avenue in Kensington, this pizzeria now has five locations all over the GTA. Opened in 2012, this Romano pizzaiolo is committed to serving truly authentic Neopolitan-style pizza. The menu is full of

  • Little Italy’s Pompette is a feat of contemporary design with a distinctly European flair. The French word “pompette” itself signifies a state of bliss, the overwhelming feeling of joy a person feels when all of the senses have been satisfied. Maxime Hoerth and husband-and-wife team Martine and Jonathan Bauer, all Parisian expats, mind every little

  • When the Columbus Centre first opened in 1980, Ristorante Boccaccio quickly became a staple for the Italian-Canadian community centre. In May, after being closed during the pandemic, the restaurant was revived by Chefs Luciano Schipano and Anthony Sestito to create a space more modern and vibrant. But one thing hasn’t changed: the quality of food

  • The Italian chain Scaddabush is the place to go for hand-pulled mozzarella that is spread atop many of its tasty and affordable dishes. With a crowd composed of many professionals on a break from work or coming from a day at the office, there is definitely a celebratory feeling here. The interior feels like a

  • A restaurant so nice they named it twice! Ristorante Sotto Sotto is the Annex’s long-established destination for upscale, south-central Italian fare with all food made as if it were the old country. Owner and founder Marisa Rocca moved to Toronto from Rome over 25 years ago and, through much hard work and determination, has an

  • 19 Sugo

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    Since it first opened in Bloordale Village at Bloor and Lansdowne in 2017, Sugo has become something of a neighbourhood institution and the go-to spot for classic, Italian-American comforts. True to its name (which means “sauce” in Italian), Sugo is a red sauce joint owned and operated by Scott Pennock, Alex Wallen and Conor Joerin

  • Terra’s slogan of “Fine dining north of the core” tells you both what it is and where it is. Located in Thornhill, having opened in 1995, Terra has received accolades and awards from the Toronto Restaurant Guide, Wine Spectator and the Best Ontario Wine List. Head chef Stephen Parrin was formally schooled at George Brown